I write and review scientific manuscripts as part of my day job, but up until 2017 the only thing I had published relating to the outdoors was a letter to Adventure Travel following a rock climbing fall in 2005.
An intimate and light hearted portrait of a world class mountaineer. Big on mountain scenery, and big on inspiration.
For those of you that follow me on social media, you will have seen that my plans to take a three man team to walk across Lake Baikal next spring have come undone a little.
This week: Introduction to the Podcast
This morning I was paid a visit by BBC Radio Leicester roving reporter Helen who had a few questions for me about our trip to Lake Baikal next March.
Following on from my previous post on an excerpt from Maurice Herzog’s ‘Annapaurna’, I thought I would share with you another short but interesting musing, this time on the motivations for going on adventures and how they are portrayed/sold by those that go on them.
I started this blog a couple of years ago to document my journey on learning how to operate outdoors in cold places. I took an important step in April of this year by heading out to Norway for a solo trip. This article published in Adventure Magazine NZ recounts my experiences of that short cold journey. Enjoy.